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6 Week Strength and Conditioning Performance Program Package 📦

 50% OFF DEAL 💷

Are you a professional/semi professional athlete looking to maximise there performance?
Maybe your an amateur or recreational person that just enjoys competing or participating in sporting activity and would like to see an increase in performance.
This Month for a LIMITED TIME ONLY I am offering my performance enhancement programme. Training 1 2 1 in an outdoor open space.
This program will include;
* Mobility and movement analysis 📈
* Sport & training related goal setting 📝
* Building movement, speed, power and agility through dynamic training methods 💥
* Aerobic/anaerobic fitness testing in accordance to set goals🏃
For the month of March I am offering a massive 50% off this comprehensive 6 week package for new clients!
This is an excellent opportunity for anyone who feels 2021 is the year to hit the ground running, increase there performance and achieve success in there sport. 🏆

Level 4 qualification update

I’m excited to announce that I’m now a level 4 strength and conditioning coach. I have
put in a lot of hard work for this qualification and it’s great to continue my learning as a coach. I’m inspired to get out there onto the field as soon as possible to start training athletes and passing on my knowledge.



Movement is key

As with anything in life we as humans seek to derive as much pleasure as possible from our day to day commutes as a means to fulfil a happy life. It’s the reason we get up in the morning with vigour when we have a day which is full of promise and adventure. As opposed to the drag from our sheets we experience whenever we know our day may involve some form of mindless labour which fails to stimulate our brains leaving us feeling unrewarded and unmotivated. In a culture that derives most entertainment through some form of visual stimulation are we losing the abilities of other functions?

This is a common issue within our working life and unfortunately seems to be the standard when it comes to working out whether at the gym or at home. Often I see workout routines which offer little in the way of challenges on a neurological level. Mindlessly lifting dumbells of a stationary bench or hitting resistance machines with a predisposed movement pattern may help stimulate some form of muscle growth but is it really going to stimulate the “main muscle”(the brain) ultimately the most powerful tool to our development.

Just like reading a book learning new movement patterns though exercise simulates the brain by making new neural connections as your nervous system fires of electrical signals faster and faster, overtime making these signals sharper and more efficient. This will literally improve all nervous system, neural function, and motor coordination. Translated that means your reflexes, agility, balance, and ability to move your body will all improve.

I understand the need for aesthetic gains in our world of constant focus and looking good may come before feeling good for most people but if you can integrate learning new exercises into your programme, whilst still maintaining intensity you will reap the rewards on both brain and body creating a finely tuned aesthetically pleasing individual which not only feels great but also finds stimulation through his gym/homework outs.
For me, this is always a key factor in any of my programmes. As an individual who has dedicated there life to the fitness industry I live, eat and sleep fitness and performance of not only the body but also the mind. I know every time I workout I will work on developing exercises plus learn new movement’s whilst appropriately stressing the body to seek out optimization of not only my own abilities but to gain the skills to pass it on to you as a coach. To enhance the everyday quality of the life I live and yours.